International Journal of Human Computer Studies, Volume 59
Volume 59, Numbers 1-2, July 2003
Applications of Affective Computing in Human-Computer Interaction
: To feel or not to feel: The role of affect in human-computer interaction.
Michael D. McNeese
: New visions of human-computer interaction: making affect compute.
: Response: Is affective computing an oxymoron?
: The production and recognition of emotions in speech: features and algorithms.
Volume 59, Number 3, September 2003
: Off to new shores: conceptual knowledge discovery and processing.
, Paul van Schaik
: The effect of spatial layout of and link colour in web pages on performance in a visual search task and an interactive search task.
Volume 59, Number 4, October 2003
HCI and MIS
Mun Y. Yi
, Yujong Hwang
: Predicting the use of web-based information systems: self-efficacy, enjoyment, learning goal orientation, and the technology acceptance model.
Volume 59, Number 5, November 2003
Paul van Schaik
, Jonathan Ling
: Using on-line surveys to measure three key constructs of the quality of human-computer interaction in web sites: psychometric properties and implications.
Volume 59, Number 6, December 2003
, Gavriel Salvendy
: Effectiveness of automatic and expert generated narrative and guided instructions for task-oriented web browsing.
, W. J. Zhang
, L. G. Watson
: Using eye movement parameters for evaluating human-machine interface frameworks under normal control operation and fault detection situations.
, Jooeun Lee
, Dongseong Choi
: Designing emotionally evocative homepages: an empirical study of the quantitative relations between design factors and emotional dimensions.